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" And every man was to deal with his neighbors to still their minds, who stood so stiff for the cross, until we should fully agree about it, which was expected, because the ministers had promised to take pains about it, and to write into England to have... "
History of the national flag of the United States of America - Halaman 40
oleh Schuyler Hamilton - 1853 - 115 halaman
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A Sketch of the History of Newbury, Newburyport, and West Newbury, from 1635 ...

Joshua Coffin - 1845 - 416 halaman
...was, that it was idolatrous and sinful. It was deemed of so much consequence, that ' the ministers promised to take pains about it, and to write into England to have the judgments of the most wise and godly there.' In this state of feeling, Mr. ' Thomas Milward, mate of...
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A Sketch of the History of Newbury, Newburyport, and West Newbury, from 1635 ...

Joshua Coffin - 1845 - 416 halaman
...ensign, was, that it was idolatrous and sinful. It was deemed of so much consequence, that 'the ministers promised to take pains about it, and to write into England to have the judgments of the most wise and godly there.' In this state of feeling, Mr. ' Thomas Milward, mate of...
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THE HISTORY OF THE NEW ENGLAND

JAMES SAVAGE - 1853
...court being adjourned for three weeks,) it being propounded to turn it to the red and white rose, etc., and every man was to deal with his neighbors, to still...it, which was expected, because the ministers had 1 One of these petitions was on the matter of Endecott's censure. The wisdom of this resolution of...
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The History of New England from 1630 to 1649, Volume 1

John Winthrop - 1853
...court being adjourned for three weeks,) it being propounded to turn it to the red and white rose, etc., and every man was to deal with his neighbors, to still...it, which was expected, because the ministers had || causes || 1 One of these petitions was on the matter of Endecott's censure. The wisdom of this resolution...
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The History of New England from 1630 to 1649, Volume 1

John Winthrop - 1853
...court being adjourned for three weeks,) it being propounded to turn it to the red and white rose, etc., and every man was to deal with his neighbors, to still...it, which was expected, because the ministers had 1 One of these petitions was on the matter of Endecott's censure. The wisdom of this resolution of...
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The History of New England from 1630 to 1649...

John Winthrop, James Savage - 1853
...court being adjourned for three weeks,) it being propounded to turn it to the red and white rose, etc., and every man was to deal with his neighbors, to still...it, which was expected, because the ministers had || causes || I One of these petitions was on the matter of Endecott's censure. The wisdom of this resolution...
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History of New England, Volume 1

John Gorham Palfrey - 1858
...was postponed, " it being propounded to turn the cross in the ensign to the red and white rose, &c., and every man was to deal with his neighbors, to still...for the cross, until we should fully agree about it, as was expected, because the ministers had promised to take pains about it, and to write into England,...
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HISTORY OF NEW ENGLAND

JOHN GORHAM PALFREY - 1859
...was postponed, "it being propounded to turn the cross in the ensign to the red and white rose, &c., and every man was to deal with his neighbors, to still...for the cross, until we should fully agree about it, as was expected, because the ministers had promised to take pains about it, and to write into England,...
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History of the First Church in Boston, 1630-1880

Arthur Blake Ellis - 1881 - 356 halaman
...gave rise to so much difference of opinion that the ministers promised to take hold of the matter, and " to write into England to have the judgment of the most wise and godly there." Whether they received any reply or not is unknown ; but, at a General Court held the same year, the...
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History of New England, Volume 1

John Gorham Palfrey - 1882
...was postponed, " it being propounded to turn the cross in the ensign to the red and white rose, &&> and every man was to deal with his neighbors, to still...their minds who stood so stiff for the cross, until ^ e should fully agree about it, as was expected, because the . i Winthrop, I. 158. Mags. Col. Rec.,...
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